Nique
Devoted July 2019

Nails

Nique, on June 22, 2019 at 9:46 PM Posted in Hair and Makeup 0 43
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How many days before the weeding should u get a pedicure and manicures .and is it better to do powder or acrylic.?

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  • CourtneyBrittain
    Master August 2019
    CourtneyBrittain ·

    Hi Nique! I will be getting mine done within 3 days of the wedding, and I prefer the powder over acrylic but that's just me. It depends how fast your nails grow too.

  • Cyndy
    VIP May 2019
    Cyndy ·
    I think everyone is different but I got mine done the day before and I did a French gel manicure.
  • Sarah
    Devoted June 2020
    Sarah ·
    I think I will have my nails done with gel 3-ish days before the wedding.
  • Andrea
    Expert October 2019
    Andrea ·
    Thank you for asking this! I was wondering myself.
  • CDickman
    VIP September 2019
    CDickman ·
    I am getting mine two days. SNS which is the powder last two weeks and is better for your nails.
  • Jeanelle
    Super September 2018
    Jeanelle ·
    I had a gel manicure done a 8 days before since our wedding was technically a destination wedding. I ended up getting gel removal to remove during our honeymoon.
  • Mandi
    VIP March 2020
    Mandi ·
    I've had an SNS powder for a little over a week and a half and it has held up great! I might wait til the day before tho as a way to pamper myself. After set up and before rehearsal.
  • Becca
    Super August 2019
    Becca ·
    I'm getting mine done the day before. I'm terrible with chipping my nails and such so I wanted as little time between getting them done and the wedding as possible haha
  • Nique
    Devoted July 2019
    Nique ·
    I've only ever had acrylic and its been like 6 years since I've done my nails. But have heard powder works well
  • Nique
    Devoted July 2019
    Nique ·
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    Nvr heard of it
  • Natalie
    Dedicated June 2019
    Natalie ·
    I did acrylic with gel polish, and got them done 3 days before. I actually searched for the best rated place near me and went there 2 weeks before my wedding to get them done the way I would for the wedding, just to check their work.

    You don’t want to do them too early, or run the risk of going the day before and the salon being too busy or running out of time.
  • E
    Just Said Yes August 2019
    Elizabeth ·
    I’m having a fresh acrylic set put on 2 days before the wedding.
  • M
    Super June 2019
    Mary ·
    I had mine done 2 days before and got gel color. They last until you sand them off.
  • VIP September 2019
    ·
    I'm getting mine done 1-2 days before the wedding
  • Diana
    Super December 2019
    Diana ·
    Same here. I’m getting my nails done the day before. I already used the gel on my natural nails, I’m brutal on my nails due to work. So I go once a month to have gel on top my natural nails.
  • MrsJohansson
    Expert June 2019
    MrsJohansson ·
    I had acrylic done 4 days before the wedding. Won't have time the day before we leave and a lot of places are closed on Sundays here.

  • Melle
    Master June 2019
    Melle Online ·
    I got mine done the day before but that's simply because I didn't have much time til then but I was originally planning to get it done a week before
  • Savvy December 2020
    ·
    Such a good question. I was thinking 2-3 days myself
  • FutureMrsD
    Rockstar July 2019
    FutureMrsD ·

    I'm getting mine done Thursday before our Saturday wedding. I get acrylic nails, but whatever the higher quality option is. Dip is too weak for me, I'm very tough on my nails. I'm not sure what it's called but whatever they put on my nails comes in a powder & is mixed with a liquid then becomes a gel when applied.

  • Kristen
    VIP April 2020
    Kristen ·
    I am probably getting mine done the day before, because I also am getting my eyebrows waxed and a spray tan so I want to time them all appropriately (nails should be done after spray tan, tan after waxing). I want to do dip powder but I have a specific color I want that I own so I will probably do acrylic and have that color polished on my nails.

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